Major article (36,000 words) by crusading publisher and experienced trial lawyer Thomas Watson (later a US senator from Georgia) confirming the guilt of Leo Frank (a New York City Jew, president of B'nai B'rith of Atlanta, and manager at an Atlanta pencil factory) in the rape and murder of his 13-year-old employee, Mary Phagan. Leo Frank had been found guilty by an Atlanta jury and sentenced to death in August 1913, but was still appealing his sentence when this March 1915 article came out, and... Topics: leo frank, mary phagan, thomas watson, atlanta, antisemitism, adl, watson's magazine, lynching, kkk
byTom Watson, 1915, Watson's Magazine, Jeffersonian Publishing Company
Watson's Magazine, September, 1915 'The Official Record in the Case of Leo M. Frank, Jew Pervert' is an expose, by Thomas Edward Watson, published within the September, 1915, issue of Watson's Magazine. Tom Watson's review of the case, is quite possibly, the best argued, and concisely reasoned, logical presentation of the facts, and evidence, proving Leo Frank murdered Mary Phagan, inside the National Pencil Company's second floor metal room. What makes this work so powerful, is Tom Watson... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Leo Frank, Mary Phagan, Tom Watson, 1915, Atlanta, Georgia, Watson Magazine, Jeffersonian, Jim...